Here's what our main living area looks like on a typical Sunday morning before guests arrive. Clean-up, setup, and cooking begin on Saturday.
This past Sunday some of the families in our fellowship were planning to be out of town. So what happens when a very small fellowship dwindles down to the host family?
Well, we took advantage of that fact, researched a bit, and planned a visit to a family-integrated church about two hours away. We loaded up Pepper in the back of the van and headed out bright and early...allowing time for a doggie walk, of course, before we arrived.
Our main goal was to possibly meet some like-minded families, to hear the Word of God taught, and really just for a fun weekend excursion. As it turned out, the family who sat in front of us was a family of eight who has an older daughter who writes a blog that Hannah and Sarah read. They felt like they knew Amber already!
If you want to read Amber's version of our visit, check out her blog, The Fruit of Her Hands. She writes the story from her point of view very creatively!
So that was our different Sunday. And we look forward to our own church family being together again this weekend.